Day 2 of the CWG 2022 agenda includes India vs. Wales in women's hockey, Lovlina starting her boxing career, and Mirabai competing for gold in weightlifting.

Day 2 of the CWG 2022 agenda includes India vs. Wales in women’s hockey, Lovlina starting her boxing career, and Mirabai competing for gold in weightlifting

Mirabai Chanu, who won silver at the Tokyo Olympics, might bring India its first gold medal on the second day of competition.

On Saturday, July 30, 2022, day two of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games (CWG 2022) will take place. The Commonwealth Games have been a fortunate hunting field for the largest Commonwealth country. India, a top-five finisher since the 2002 competition, has heavily depended on the shooting event that was removed from the Birmingham Games schedule. They will want to at least equal their 66-medal haul from the previous Gold Coast Games at the 2022 Birmingham Games. With as much as 26 gold medals, 20 silver medals, and 20 bronze medals in their collection, India came in third place at Gold Coast. This article is about India vs. Wales.

Lawn bowls: Malta vs India (1 PM)

On Saturday, July 30, the men’s team from India will compete in the triples sectional match against Malta.

Round 3 of the women’s singles section B matchup between Tania Choudhary and Laura Daniels.

Qualification rounds for women’s teams and individuals in artistic gymnastics (1:30 PM onwards)

Pranati Nayak, who just won bronze at the Asian Championships, will be the center of attention. The Indian Women’s Team and individual qualification rounds will be led by Nayak.

sports: marathon (1:30 PM)

Nitender Rawat of India will compete in the men’s marathon final.


(1:30 PM) Mixed team Group A: Sri Lanka vs. India

11:15 p.m. Mixed team Group A: India vs. Australia


Women’s sprint qualification (starting at 2:30 PM): Triyasha Paul and Mayuri Lute

Qualification for the women’s 3000m individual pursuit (starting at 2:30 PM): Meenakshi

Qualification for the men’s 4000m Individual Pursuit (starting at 2:30 PM): Vishwajeet Singh and Dinesh Kumar

First round of the men’s keirin (8:30 PM onward): Esow Alben

Weightlifting (1:30 PM onwards)

Sanket Mahadev (55 kg), Chanambam Rishikanta Singh (55 kg), and Mirabai Chanu (55 kg) of India will compete.

India vs. Guyana in table tennis (Round 3). (2 PM)

The third round of the group stage will include a match between Guyana and the women’s team from India, captained by Manika Batra.

Boxing: both sexes (5 PM and later)

Men’s: Mohammad Hussamuddin vs. Amzolele in the 57-kg division (5 PM), and Sanjeet vs. Ato Leau Plodzicki-Faoagali in the 92-kg division (1 AM)

Women’s Round of 16 matchup: Lovlina Borgohain vs. Ariana Nicholson (12 AM)


Men’s singles round of 32 (4:30 PM onwards): Saurav Ghoshal vs. TBD, Ramit Tandon vs. Christopher Binnie (Jamaica).

Women’s singles round of 32 (4:30 PM onwards): Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla vs. Aifa Azman, Joshana Chinappa vs. TBD (Malaysia)

Hockey for women: Wales vs. India (11:30 PM)

Swimming: 100-meter backstroke for men (12:18 AM)

India’s representative in the men’s 100-meter backstroke S9 finals will be Ashish Kumar Singh.


Semifinalist in the 100m backstroke (1:14 AM) is Srihari Nataraj

300 p.m. 200 m freestyle heat 3: Kushagra Rawat

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